After using a white Mobi CUBE for several weeks, I’m happy to report that I still like the little $30 (or less) speaker! Continue reading
LifeProof fre ($80 suggested price), the first of the company’s cases for iPhone 6, is designed to protect the user’s investment. Continue reading
On the hunt for smartphone protection, I’ve tried Amzer’s $45 (See link below for discounted priced) Crusta cases for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. There are some nice touches and some problem areas. Crusta cases are also available for Samsung Galaxy models, iPad Mini and Fire Phone. Continue reading
UNU Electronics’ $40 (discounted) Superpak is claimed to be the smallest and fastest-charging 10,000mAh rechargeable battery pack, and I am inclined to believe it. Continue reading
myCharge Energy Shot, $25 (suggested price) external smartphone battery has a clever package with expected performance from its rechargeable 2000mAh Lithium battery. Continue reading
With so many cellphone battery chargers on the market, what distinguishes this one?
One can almost forget the comfort and ease with which a phone call can be conducted with the right handset. Many of us have become accustomed to life without a phone handset. Native Union changes this for the better with their innovative products, including this Curve Twin Dock and Handset, model MM02T, retailing for $60.
Familiar with the Westone brand of so-called ear monitors? Neither was I. I made it a point to stop by their exhibit at the January 2012 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, and I am delighted that I did.
CNET writer Marguerite Reardon’s recent article on the above topic is about as good as it gets in covering the issue. I think it is a must read for anyone shopping for a smartphone now and in the future.
magicJack PLUS, $70, builds on the success of the original product. I have had nothing but success with the original, be it connected to a Mac or Windows PC. One year of service is included, with one-year renewals costing $30 and five years for $100.